Survival Fund – Payment Has Commenced In Enugu State
Survival Fund – Dear ESMECommunity, The Enugu SME Center Survival Fund Program will be commencing another batch of payment under the Payroll Support Grant for an additional 1,242 beneficiaries that would receive between N30,000-N50,000 as salary support for March, April and May.
This would take the total amount disbursed under the Payroll Support Grant for Enugu State to N186,300,000 which is a 94% Implementation for the registered beneficiaries.
NB: “There would be additional batches under the Transporters Support Grant and Artisan Support Grant for registered beneficiaries that had issues with their information that prevented disbursement last year.”
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Enugu State is a state in the South-East geopolitical zone of Nigeria, bordered to the north by the states of Benue and Kogi, Ebonyi State to the east and southeast, Abia State to the south, and Anambra State to the west. The state takes its name from its capital and largest city, Enugu. The state takes its name from its capital and largest city.
After independence in 1960, the area of what is now Enugu was a part of the post-independence Eastern Region until May 1967 when the region was split and the area became part of the East Central State. Less than two months afterwards, the former Eastern Region attempted to secede in the three-year long Nigerian Civil War with what is now Enugu State as a part of the secessionist state of Biafra. The city of Enugu was named the Biafran capital until October 1967 when it was captured by federal forces; the rest of the state was hard fought over but much of it fell by June 1968.